KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Evelyn Mae Boswell – the Tennessee toddler missing now for months – was born into chaos to a teen mom whose childhood had been marred by domestic violence, family upheaval and isolation, a Knox News investigation of court and public records shows.

Evelyn, a 15-month-old girl with wispy reddish-blonde hair and big blue eyes, remains nowhere to be found – despite almost two weeks of intense media coverage across the nation of her reported disappearance. Authorities say she hasn’t been seen since mid-December.

Evelyn’s mom, Megan “Maggie” Boswell, is now behind bars after an arrest warrant stated she refused to tell the truth about her baby’s whereabouts. She’s been spinning yarns – the sheriff’s office called them “inaccuracies” – in television interviews, too.

Evelyn’s maternal grandmother, Angela Mae Boswell, was just released Friday from that same Sullivan County Jail, accused of fleeing town in a stolen car with a boyfriend after her ex-husband – Evelyn’s grandfather – reported the toddler missing Feb. 18.

And Evelyn’s grandfather, Tommy Boswell Sr., isn’t talking publicly – especially to journalists.

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“You’re all vultures,” he told the USA TODAY Network’s Knox News this week in an encounter at the Boswell family compound in the tiny town of Blountville where Evelyn once lived.

The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office has been working around the clock – with help from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the FBI – to figure out where Evelyn is and, more importantly, whether she’s safe and alive.

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